Mt Hood National Forest Fire Ban

Effective immediately fires are prohibited within Mt. Hood National Forest.  Unlike most fire restrictions this one includes fires within developed campgrounds.  Other restrictions include the following:

  • No campfires, stove fires, charcoal or pellet fires in developed or dispersed campgrounds
  • No smoking
  • No chainsaw usage
  • No motorcycles, ATVs or OHVs on National Forest trail systems
  • No discharging of firearms including target shooting.
  • No driving off Forest Road Systems

The full Public Restrictions brief can be found here: https://www.fs.usda.gov/alerts/mthood/alerts-notices/?aid=47952

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